Bought this when I was five years younger and it still is a good car. A couple of repairs all under warranty, nothing major. My roof is 99% water proof, only once or twice a few drops of water noted. I use Hoffman car wash, they do not recommend power wash i.e. the brushless type. Back seat is useable for kids and the occasional adult, need to push the front seats forward for the adults. Fueling, use the newer slim pumps, or you will stand there a long time to fuel to max because the auto shut off kicks in frequently. Still get lots of looks when the top is down!
335 convertible is a wonderful automobile, fantastic performance and truly amazingly fuel efficient.
It is far more comfortable than expected, the idrive with navigation and upgraded stereo is supurb, 8 mgs storage, its a very fine automobile that attracts little attention, which is what I wanted.
Fit and finish are superior.
BMW's European delivery is a fantastic way to drive the car the way it was meant to be driven, the car is tight and flawless at 120 mph on the autobahn.
Car can also handle
of Michigan in style.
Do not buy a BMW convertible because they leak water. BMW Engineers stated it is normal for all convertible tops to leak. They don't disclose this information before you buy it. BMW corporate office has terrible service don't expect a phone call returned to you.
This car is about it's looks and the young feel, when you drive it. Beyond this I am NOT happy at all and will not buy this or any other BMW.
Within only 34 month I had to replace 6 tires and repair the wheels twice. The run flat tires are a disaster, unrepairable and they destroy the wheels. Maybe good for the German Autobahn but not for everyday American streets.
The navigation and entertainment system is very cumbersome an even after 3 years many functions a mystery to me.
The electric works at it's own will like windows rolling up and down without your command.
At lease end they will nickel an dime you to make another buck.
I have decided to turn to Mercedes Benz....
Just had to report that our 2010 328 convertible averaged 32 MPG driving up and down through the mountains of West Virginia.
In addition to being great in every other way, It's an economy car!
I will be thrilled if the 2012 X5 I have on the way pleasantly surprises us with this kind of gas mileage.